Greetings, Mr. Farah.
If you are attending the prayer breakfast this weekend, please remember to thank God for the reduction of crime we have experienced over the last 20 years! It’s staggering.
I’ve been a reader nearly four years. I’ve seen a little more spin on stuff that shouldn’t, and no story at all on stuff we should – like our very own FBI crime reports and statistics (see link above). Why are our champions missing this soap box? An entire suit could be based on this alone. We need n ... continue reading »
I believe Rand Paul should be our candidate ["Is this man the next president?"].
More than that, I believe we Republicans should choose one man and all stand behind him and get him elected. Having eight or more candidates running in the primary and tearing each other apart for months and spending so much money is a very poor method to elect anyone.
The Democrats usually run one or two people. They are more focused, and their money is more wisely allocated, rather than spread to so many candidates.
Republicans must elect a true conservative in order to get th ... continue reading »
I truly hope there will be a “next” president. The current resident of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., from all appearances, would like nothing better than to become dictator for life.
When everyone was talking up Ron Paul, I was saying Rand Paul is the one we should be looking at.
Ayn Rand is just fine with me! WHO IS JOHN GALT? All Americans can learn from him (in my never-to-be-humble opinion).
Rand Paul? Nope!
He supports illegal aliens over his fellow citizens and is wishy-washy on many other issues.
Between Paul and Rubio – both hinted at 2016 (why are we discussing 2016 already?) – I have no reason to support the GOP, and I will not. There are many others who share my commitment.
The very second amnesty passes – I am out. I refuse to vote for either party. Why? Because one is just a little less left than the other. Is there anyone running who remembers the definition of conservatism?
Once amnesty passes (if we are unable to defeat it), th ... continue reading »
Please, somebody bring up trigger locks, the kind that go over the trigger and have to be unlocked with a key. That kind of lock might have stopped the Sandy Hook shooting.
The president said it again this week. If we don’t raise the debt ceiling, “We won’t be able to send out Social Security checks, cover Medicare costs or pay veterans’ benefits.” He knows this generates the most fear.
Don’t raise it.
My suggestion for priorities: If there’s not enough money to go around, let’s suspend payments in the following order:
1. Hold the presidential salary. 2. Suspend White House expenses (vacations etc.). 3. Ground Air Force One (he needs to stay on the job anyway). 4 Suspend. congressional salaries. 5. Suspend congression ... continue reading »